Telangana HC : Denied bail to woman for allowing her live-in partner to sexually assault on her minor daughter

The Criminal Petition, filed under Sections 437 and 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (CrPC), urged for release of the petitioner on bail in the case registered against her at the P.S. Kanchanbagh, Hyderabad, for offences punishable under Sections of the IPC.

The Counsel for the petitioner submitted that she is innocent and that the police allegated false case against her.

It was further submitted that the petitioner was in custody since March 12, 2021. She was willing to abide by any terms and conditions imposed by the Court in the event of granting her bail.

The Court noted, “On a perusal of the case record and other material papers, it is seen that grave allegations are levelled against the Petitioner/A-2 (women) that after the death of her husband, she has developed illegal intimacy with A-1(man) and both the petitioner and A-1 are staying together by maintaining a live-in relationship. The petitioner did not stop there.

She also allowed A-1 to commit sexual assault on her own minor daughter, as a result of which her minor daughter, due to a continuous assault upon her by A-1, became pregnant and also gave birth to a male child. After giving birth also, the victim became pregnant twice and A-1 gave pills to her for abortion. The DNA test also revealed that A-1 is the biological father of the male child born to the victim girl. Moreover, a charge sheet has also been filed in the case.

The SingleJudge Bench of Justice G. Sri Devi observed on August 3.

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